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the home game next weekend. >> atlanta gets the home game against a great san francisco team. the quarterback is absolutely out of his mind, ran for 180 yards or so. >> 188 yards. >> like he was chasing a car down a highway is what somebody said. >> unbelievable. >> said he makes a new model for what a qb should be. >> absolutely. >> and then "the golden globes" last night. >> bradley cooper got ripped off. i actually saw his movie, and i did not walk out. it's really good. >> it's really good. >> really? >> and it gets you. it's one of those movies that gets better after you left and you start thinking about it. that, to me, is a sign of -- he did a wonderful -- he got ripped off! >> he was really great. >> just amazing. "argo" won. you love "argo." >> that was great. i thought that worked. i actually watched. i'm pop cultured. >> jennifer lawrence won. >> jennifer lawrence won, yeah, definitely. >> she was wonderful. >> she was really good in that movie. >> the actress from "zero dark thirty" won. >> which i haven't seen yet. >> i haven't either. >> and the hosts were amazi
assessment of child and teen program at uc san francisco dr. lustig. he's out with an extremely important new book. "fat chance beating the odds against sugar, processed food, obesity and disease." everybody should buy this book and read from it. this is going to be cutting edge in terms of how we look at food and, specifically, let's talk about sugar. which you lay the blame of obesity on sugar. >> actually, i really don't. there are lots and lots of ways to get obese. >> okay. >> lots of different food stuff that contribute to weight gain. for instance, harvard school of public health showed potato chips and french fries were the biggest single contributors to weight gain. >> absolutely. >> the thing about sugar that is so cit is the cause. the thing that takes you from obesity to all the metabolic problems that occur secondary to obesity. that is the hypertension, the diabetes, the heart disease and likely the cancer and the dementia. conglomerately we call this metabolic syndrome. >> got it. okay. that characterizes it well. >> that's where the money goes. >> it does, we can talk about --
don't know if they're ready for it in san francisco. you see what the players said? >> that's what's so interesting. the san francisco 49ers are also the first nfl team to do one of the it gets better ads. the ravens have a player who said openly i'm going to use the super bowl as a place to talk about marriage equality and to talk about anti-bullying campaigns. then the 49ers have a player named chris culliver, one of howard stern's sweaty minions all this anti-gay homophobic stuff. the growth of an lgbt movement in this country has also had a profound effect on athletes, on masculinity, on how people talk about sports. it's really fascinating. the other issue in the super bowl, this is not being talked about, but there's going to be a commercial -- >> are you going to make up another issue? >> this is a real one. there have been, like, actual protests -- actual protests in the streets of d.c. the other one was real, too. this one's real. there's going to be a super bowl ad for a company called tod eed sodastream that's on an illegal settlement in the west bank. there have been pr
and institute in san francisco goes through and surveys employees and they also have a way of looking at the various benefits. but they're both service companies, right? there are a lot of service companies. you don't see a lot of smokestack companies in here. a lot of silicon valley companies. >> joe wants to know, how important is the food as a determinant of your rankings? >> food is -- >> and what kind of food? good food? >> good food for you. google has pretty good food. >> free food. homplths is the one that has the cereal bars? that's where i want to work. >> that's bloomberg. >> looking for a job, and i totally -- >> cereal bars. >> pigd out -- >> what about whole foods? i see whole foods on your cover. what kind of company are they to work for? >> whole foods is a company where, you know, it's been a company that's growing. it's a company where obviously they do have a lot of healthy food. mika likes whole foods a lot, i'm sure. >> oh, my gosh. we have the ceo of whole foods on tomorrow. john macke. >> mercedes-benz, how are they would to work for? on the cover as well. >> th
and the -- >> '84, the san francisco democrats when they were radical. >> the 49-state sweep, and you got the deal, you got al frum and a lot of folks trying to reorient the party. and there was significant rethinking. and the democratic base didn't love that. steve knows this. but guess what? in 1992, you got the first president -- first democratic president in 12 years who then became the first democratic president since fdr to be re-elected. and now you've had the second democratic president to be re-elected since fdr who's the first guy who had a chance. and so but right now we're at a point where republicans can't rethink themselves if they don't accept that they need to do something. >> quick numbers here. so in the middle of this when democrats went too far left starting in 1968 and lost people like my parents who had been democrats going all the way back to fdr. >> let's just say '66. reagan wins midterm. >> so we start '66. the next 5 out of 6 presidential elections, republicans win the popular vote. so democrats get their act together. they offend the base. they move to the center. like
hosting the ravens. will that be ray lewis's last game? followed by an entertaining game in san francisco, aaron rodgers and the best defense against the 49ers. then to sunday, rookie russell wilson, the only rookie left, with the seahawks traveling to atlanta, as i mentioned, they're the number one seed. the late game has the texans trying to do the impossible. they got blasted by tom brady a couple weeks ago. they're back in foxboro to take on the patriots. so let's start with the games on saturday. let's go with the broncos. any chance they lose to the ravens? >> broncos. broncos win. >> easy, right? >> not easy. not easy. >> broncos win the super bowl, yes, they will win. >> no. >> yes, they do. 49ers aren't getting past green bay. >> andrea, what do you got on saturday? >> i've got with peyton manning. >> the easy one. three-point favorite. we've got the 49ers against the packers. who you got in that one? aaron rodgers or defense? >> aaron rodgers. >> on the road. he's done it before, he can do it again. what do you guys think? >> i love aaron rodgers, but i've got to go with the 49e
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and there was a san francisco tech guy saying less here and more here. that's the yearning you feel from people around him. stand up and do what's in your heart. >> good lord. >> i'm curious to know -- >> what's the message? >> your message is always fabulous. i think the message is correct. it's who you are. the shirt is incredible. is it true that he designed your looks? >> yes and doing more. >> wow. >> what do you think -- >> it's elegant. in 1989 women stopped wearing stockings. jill biden and first lady obama had no stockings and men had no socks. it's cool not to wear socks. >> the only thing he said when i leave the house is can you return it. >> that's awful. thank you guys so much. >> the shopt laundry basket routine. >> for works. >> thank you as well for being with us. great to see you both. we'll be right back with much more "morning joe" straight ahead. with the spark cash card from capital one olaf gets great rewards for his small business! pizza! [ garth ] olaf's small business earns 2% cash back on every purchase, every day! helium delivery. put it on my s
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-off because we have three culinary cities. they don't know this yet. we want the mayors of baltimore and san francisco to see if they can match us in culinary epicurian delights. >> that's not going to happen. mary matalin, please say hello to james. we hope to see him very soon. so steve rattner, she's optimist optimistic. it's good to hear. we've lost 5 out of the last 6 elections, and things aren't looking good. but i love optimism. >> yeah, but just one little data point, in order to get those house republicans to go along with the debt ceiling change, they had to promise that paul ryan was going to produce a budget in a week that would balance the budget in ten years with no revenue increases. >> right. >> now, when you see what is going to happen to spending in order to meet those numbers, i'd like to see her go out there and say, this is the kind of thing the republican party should get behind and run behind because it's going to be ugly. >> richard wolffe, mary matalin is positive. there aren't a lot of republicans right now who are given what's happened. but again, we see shifts in
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